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fluorouracil (4)
-stomatitis
-mucositis
-diarrhea
-hand and foot syndrome
capecitabine (Xeloda) (3)
-mucositis
-diarrhea
-hand and foot syndrome
cytaribine (Cytosar) (2)
-neurotoxicity (2-3g/m2)
-conjunctivitis (corticosteroid eye drop px)
gemcitabine (Gemzar) (2)
-myelosuppression = thrombocytopenia
-increased LFTs
fludarabine monophosphate (Fludara) (2)
-myelosuppression
-immunosuppression
methotrexate (Rheumatrex) (4)
-mucositis
-nephrotoxicity (NaHCO3 w/ D51/2NS 100mEq/L @ 150mL/hr starting 12hr prior to dose)
-hepatotoxicity
-neurotoxicity
pemetrexed (Alimta) (3)
-skin rash (dexamethasone 4mg BID x3days, day prior to dose)
-fatigue
-myelosuppression (give folic acid and vitamin B12-avoid NSAIDs and aspirin)
vinblastine (Velban) (2)
-myelosuppression
-extravasation
vincristine (Oncovin) (3)
-neurotoxicity
-constipation
-extravasation
vinorelbine (Navelbine) (2)
-myelosuppression
-extravasation
paclitaxel (Taxol) and docetaxel (Taxotere) (3)
-hypersensitivity (creamofor-tylenol, benadryl, pepcid, corticosteroids for px)
-peripheral neuropathy
-fluid retention (>w/docetaxel)
irinotecan (Camptosar) (2)
-diarrhea (acute=atropine; chronic=loperamide)
-mucositis
doxorubicin (Adriamycin), daunorubicin (Daunomycin), and idarubicin (Idamycin) (4)
-extravasation
-red secretions
-secondary leukemias
-cardiotoxicity (dexrazoxane)
mitoxantrone (Novantrone) (2)
-blue/green secretions
-extravasation
cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) and ifosfamide (Ifex) (2)
-neurotoxicity (Ifex)
-hemorrhagic cystitis (2ndary to acrolein-give MESNA always for Ifex-give b4 and at 4 and 8hrs following dose, in doses 60-100% ifosfamide dose)
carmustine (BICNU) and lomustine (CCNU) (1)
-delayed myelosuppression up to 28-30days following chemotherapy
cisplatin (Platinol) (4)
-nephrotoxicity (IVFs and electrolyte replacement, amifostine)
-nausea and vomiting
-ototoxicity
-neuropathy
oxaloplatin (Eloxatin) (2)
-neurotoxicity (laryngopharyngeal spasms exacerbated by cold)
-neuropathy
trastuzumab (2)
-infusion rxns
-cardiomyopathy
rituximab (1)
-infusion rxns (premedicate w/ APAP and benadryl)
gemtuzamab (2)
-hepatic dysfunction
-myelosuppression
cetuximab (2)
-acneform rash
-infusion rxns
alemtuzumab (2)
-immunosuppression
-infusion rxns
bevacizumab (1)
-thromboembolic events